Type: Apprentice
Region: North East

Job Description

RSHR Human Resources

Modern Apprentice – HR Business Administrator – fixed term for 2 years

Waverley Court

Salary: 23,087 – 23,388

Hours: 36 per week

Modern Apprenticeships (MAs) offer new entrants to the labour market the chance of paid employment combined with the opportunity to do training relevant to the occupational area. They include the opportunity to gain nationally recognised qualifications as well as starting off in a new career. New entrants include school and college leavers, those with no previous work experience and/or vocational qualifications.

As an MA Business Administration, you will be required to assist in the provision of a range of support services for professional and office activities to achieve service targets and quality customer care. This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate looking to start a career in Human Resources and develop the necessary skills and knowledge to progress. The Human Resources team provide a high quality, consistent, administrative, customer transactional service dealing with a range of HR transactions with a customer focussed quality approach and within processing deadlines.

Applicants must be resident of the City of Edinburgh Council area: postcodes EH1-17, EH28,EH29, EH30. Applicants must also either: have left secondary education in the past three years (including those about to leave this year); or currently be on a City of Edinburgh Council employability training programme, or be aged up to 29 with a disability or care experienced.

We’re committed to creating a workplace culture where all our people feel valued, included and able to be their best at work, and we recognise the benefits that a diverse workforce with different values, beliefs, experience, and backgrounds brings to us as an organisation.

As part of our goal to improve our organisational culture and create a great place to work together for the people of Edinburgh, we want to make sure that were bringing the best people into our roles, not just in their skills and experience but also in their approach to work.

To help achieve this, were changing the way we interview and assess candidates by moving from a competency-based interview approach to a behavioural and technical (skills for the job) based approach. This new way of interviewing will allow us to assess how you think and how you would bring Our Behaviours of Respect, Integrity and Flexibility into your ways of working.

Our salary range typically reflects the initial starting salary and annually increases until it reaches the top of the range.

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